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edition of "world news" with diane sawyer, tragedy at the elementary school. reporting from connecticut, diane sawyer. >> good evening, welcome to a special edition of "world news" in newtown, connecticut, the site of a mass shooting and gunfire aimed at elementary school children. we're in front of the united methodist church where people are gathering all even long as details are still pouring in. 27 victims, 20 children, seven adults and we heard all day about the incredible response by teachers inside the school which is considered one of the leading schools in the nation. and also tonight, we have a new image of the suspected shooter, as we tell you everything we know about who did it, what kind of weapons and why. and we begin all of this with between between anchor chris cuomo and he's here with me. >> almost unimaginable scene. what we know so far is inside this elementary school, young kid process tektd by their teachers and there was one deranged man who decided to take it all away. >> this morning, the school was filled with kids concerned about christmas. then shots rang out
already had barbara walters but he brought in david brinkley and diane sawyer and ted koppel he promoted. peter he brought back from overseas. he had amazing graphics on air, amazingly. he was very, very aggressive. he built up into the real powerhouse by the late '80s. >> what was his personality like? if you had to describe him. >> he was a genius. he was larger than life. in his thinking. not in his demeanor. if he was here he was a bit on the shy side actually, and often totally absent in one of the running jokes is he never return phone calls of everybody, including the head of the company. throughout his life when you call them at home, you'd have crises and you get to people, there was an answering service. there wasn't a voicemail. never return phone calls. after he died, one of his close friends at the wake said to me, do you know he never return phone calls? i said why? because if you're calling him, it was your problem and he didn't care about your problem. [laughter] he wanted you to deal with this problem. but roon have is i think unique ability, besides having a very large
the first person's hand and lead us out. >> one spoke exclusively to diane sawyer. >> i need to know i love you all very much. it's going to be okay because that was the last thing i would have hear. >> all eints the individual i have on the phone continues to believe what he hears is gunfire. >> a small arm swarmed the school but not before the gunman took his toll. >> all afternoon desperate parents converged. some took their children away and others went away with unimaginable grief the victims were remembered at a candlelight vigil in newtown. similar prayer services are going on all over the country with people paying their respects to the fallen what is a true national tragedy. >> dan: tonight we are learning more about him. he was an honor student in high school. he did not appear in his high school year book. his parents divorced. his father is vice president of gey capital and remarried. both had legally weapons. >> lanza told officers he had not seen his brother in years and not been in close contact with him. police stress that he is not a swheengd cooperating fully with the inve
"world news" anchor diane sawyer met one young teacher with an extraordinary story. >> i knew it was a shooting immediately. >> it was just repetitive sounds? >> yeah, it sounded like the type of gun that just shoots over and over and over again. i told all of my students that we had to get in the bathroom. it was all i could think of. i put one of my students on top of the toilet. i just knew we had to get in there. i was just telling them it's going to be okay, you're going to be all right. i pulled the bookshelf before in -- before i closed the door in front of it, so we were completely barricaded in, turned the lights off. >> did you tell them to be quiet? >> oh yes. i told them to be quiet. i told them we had to be absolutely quiet because i was just so afraid that if he did come in and then he would hear us and he would maybe start shooting the door. i said we have to be absolutely quiet. and we have -- i said, there are bad guys out there now, we need to wait for the good guys. i wanted us to be okay. and i'm so saddened that there are people in this situation who are n
. tragedy at sandy hook. >> good evening to all of you, i'm diane sawyer, here with george stephanopoulos at abc htd quarters in new york and we sboin you on the air this sunday night because the people of newtown, connecticut are holding a vigil and president obama is about to speak. he is in the auditorium at the ne newtown high school, about a mile from where so many lost their lives. >> the president landed earlier today. four times now as president he's had this somber task. this may be the most wrenching one, we saw the president get choked up talking about this on friday. we should advise everyone at home this could be difficult for young family members to watch. >> the president has always said the hardest and most important thing he does is try to fill a hole in the hearts of those suffering with words. i want to go to david muir outside the high school right now in rainy somber newtown. >> really appropriate, in fact, a rainy cold night here in a town that needed the president to come, in his role as comforter in chief. as a father himself, i can tell you he met with the familie
and lead us out. >> one spoke exclusively to diane sawyer. >> i need to know i love you all very much. it's going to be okay because that was the last thing i would have hear. >> all eints the individual i have on the phone continues to believe what he hears is gunfire. >> a small arm swarmed the school but not before the gunman took his toll. >> all afternoon desperate parents converged. some took their children away and others went away with unimaginable grief the victims were remembered at a candlelight vigil in newtown. similar prayer services are going on all over the country with people paying their respects to the fallen what is a true national tragedy. >> dan: tonight we are learning more about him. he was an honor student in high school. he did not appear in his high school year book. his parents divorced. his father is vice president of gey capital and remarried. both had legally weapons. >> lanza told officers he had not seen his brother in years and not been in close contact with him. police stress that he is not a swheengd cooperating fully with the investigation. >> hundreds
and on twitter on abc 7 to monitor this tragedy for and world news with diane sawyer will air a special broadcast on the tragedy tonight beginning right after this newscast at 5:30. >> moving on to other news, update on breaking news on the peninsula. police say the driver of the black volkswagon crashing into another vehicle on northbound i-280 has been arrested and will be charged with vehicular manslaughter. you're looking at live pictures of the scene. just a horrific crash. three people were killed. victims changing a tire in the that vehicles swag on. you can seu@[#ñ resulting traffc back up on 280 as a result of the crash. >> students back in class in cupper tino following spray painted bomb threats that closed two two skoolz yesterday. this graffiti in is a san jose named a teacher from monte vista high. students were relieved by the police on campus today. >> feel comfort yachblt i know there is not a bomb here, i'm pretty sure that the police have a good handle on it. >> the sheriff office has additional deputies on the campus and has a couple officers at the home of the teacher mentio
tragedy. coming up on world news, with diane sawyer, backlash against those that profit from the sale of assault weapons right after this naflt at 5:30. >> the coldest night of the season is headed our way. so get ready to bundle up. >> yes. we're in for a chill. right now, clear skies over the bay area z those clear skies will allow temperatures to plummet tonight. the freeze warning is in effect from 3:00 a.m. until 8:00 a.m. for north bay hills and valleys. low temperatures ranging from 2025 to 30 degrees and there is a possibility of freeze damage to crops and vegetation. foremost of the remainder. bay area, a frost advise very in effect from 3:00 until 8:00. temperatures ranging from about 28 to 34 degrees just above freezing in the mildest spots. sensitive plants at risk. there is more than just cold weather coming our way. there is rain headed our way adds well. i'll have that for you later. >> so here comes deep freeze. expect cold temperatures tonight, cold enough to burst pipes and kill plants so. what can you do tonight to protect them? abc 7 news is live in petaluma with h
exclusively to diane sawyer. >> i need to know i love you all very much. it's going to be okay because that was the last thing i would have hear. >> all eints the individual i have on the phone continues to believe what he hears is gunfire. >> a small arm swarmed the school but not before the gunman took his toll. >> all afternoon desperate parents converged. some took their children away and others went away with unimaginable grief the victims were remembered at a candlelight vigil in newtown. similar prayer services are going on all over the country with people paying their respects to the fallen what is a true national tragedy. >> dan: tonight we are learning more about him. he was an honor student in high school. he did not appear in his high school year book. his parents divorced. his father is vice president of gey capital and remarried. both had legally weapons. >> lanza told officers he had not seen his brother in years and not been in close contact with him. police stress that he is not a swheengd cooperating fully with the investigation. >> hundreds packed the catholic church
. there are no cuts to cover. >> bill: i don't know why kristen diane sawyer wants to raise her own taxes, do you know? >> i think there is truth in what kirsten was saying as far as it's much simpler to continue this same debate we had through the entire campaign to move on to that you subject. >> if you say you wanted to cut the department of energy or the department of education people's eyes glaze over. but it does seem to me, kristen, that there is among the network newscast there is kind of like, yeah, let's raise the taxes on the wealthy, that would be a good thing. that does seem to me that's there. >> unfortunate narrative that's been peddled it's not true but it's out there. the idea that you can solve all of our problems by raising taxes on the wealthy. if you bump the rates on the wealthy back to the clinton area it's the magic band-aid it fixes all of our problems. >> bill: marco rubio said it's a myth but i think that's been pointed out five gazillion times. i think folks are so numb to this they don't even pay attention to it. >> bill: i don't mind paying higher taxes i really don't but
, for instance, about how to reduce the charges? >> reporter: here's a good one. now, diane sawyer may not do this, but chris cuomo might. the movie that you've watched, the thing that you've eaten in the mini bar, if you challenge charges, they are very much in the hotel business saying, the customer is always right. within your own ethical standards of what actually happened or did not. very different for the two of us. but if you do challenge, you may well win. >> okay, well, watch tonight and see how the negotiation goes. thank you, chris. and chris will be reporting in tonight on "20/20," as always, at 10:00 eastern time. be sure to watch. >>> and, coming up, the duet lighting up the internet. listen. [ baby talking ] [ dog howling ] baby talking ] i was worried the health care system spoke a language all its own with unitedhealthcare, i got help that fit my life. information on my phone. connection to doctors who get where i'm from. and tools to estimate what my care may cost. so i never missed a beat. we're more than 78,000 people looking out for more than 70 million americans. that's
fouty and david beckham. incredible american run. >>> diane sawyer back leer tomorrow night and gma in the morning. have a great night. >> ama: after the storm, team coverage next at 6:00. >> three firefighters were injured after responding to a road accident. we'll take you live to a massive sink hole causing problems in a bay area neighborhood. >>> we'll take you to a san francisco neighborhood where cleanup meant sunday was not a day of rest. >> ama: the storm aftermath. we're traumaticking damage in the bay area from fallen trees to flooded streets. we have live team coverage. you can see our reporters ready to go i'm ama daetz. before we get the damage, let's check in with meteorologist leigh glaser to find out when the rain will turn. >> leigh: live doppler 7hd, what a difference, like five or six hours makes, as the heavy rainfall moves through the bay area this morning, but you can see live doppler 7hd not picking up much at all. what you see here is ground clutter, and most of the moisture from the powerful storm this morning has since moved off towards the east. that's w
's critics so dumb. diane sawyer for her report on barack obama's love letters. the winner of the obamagasm award. >> he has raised his family right. in a blind test, becomes head. top editor. he has not broken a law, perfect father, perfect american and all they do is trash the guy. >> jon: next the you a das it for the analysis of the year. runners up, "new york times," andrew liptak for his piece on constitution. shapiro for refusing to stand and say the pledge allegiance at a romney political rally and "washington pos
in the new year next week. that is the broadcast for friday night. i'll see you here this weekend. from diane sawyer and all of us here at abc, have a good evening. goodnight. >>> tonight the upside of wet weather, reservoirs set a high water mark. >> we're in the sierra tonight. more storm watch coverage. what you can expect if new year's plan include a ski trip. >> damage from severe weather on the coast. there is still clean frup a rare california tornado. >> and abc 7 news i team reveals why the edd will not answer your phone calls. >> and sky 7 hd is live now over the coast guard station. two people are safe tonight after being rescued from the bay about a half houring ayocht they were in water on the north side of the golden gate bridge. >> the two people are reported condition in spite of the frigid waters. no word yet on how they ended up in the water. the coast guard only saying they're an adult and child and being attended to at the scene. good evening, i'm cheryl jennings. >> and i'm dan ashley. tonight you can see something that hasn't happened 30 years. not this early in the seas
to affiliate koco for this great picture. for diane sawyer and everybody at abc news, thank you for watching and please have a merry and safe christmas. >> dan: coming up "abc 7 news" is there as crews rescued from the rain swollen napa river. some serious problems remain. >> carolyn: problems like a landslide. trouble spots where saturated soil is giving away. >> i'm trying to figure out what to give. >> dan: trying to beat the clock. it's getting down to the wire as last minute holiday shoppers crowd bay area stores. >> carolyn: thin firefighters ambushed in new york, two are shot and killed and tonight local crews show their solidarity. >> dan: too much water is causing flooding and landslides across the bay area. tonight many roads are still closed and guess what? we're expecting more rain tomorrow. good evening, i'm dan ashley. >> carolyn: i'm carolyn john son. we have live coverage. we begin with heather ishimaru in east palo alto where neighbors are mopping up after a creek flooded there. >> reporter: it's hard to imagine but last night the creek here was all the way up to street leve
here this weekend. from diane sawyer and all of us here at abc, have a good weekend. goodnight.
with diane sawyer. the story that continues to sadden and enrage the nation is the shooting in newtown. >> in this week after sandy hook, there is a backlash under way against people who profit from the sale of assault guns. chris comeauxcuomo looks that that tonight. >> i see you taking a look ahead to christmas next week. >> we are, and just a week until christmas and americans are trying to trace where the storm is moving, to plan their travel. we will help you do that tonight. >> you can watch those stories and more tonight on world news right after abc 7 news at 6:00. >> let's get a check on the traffic situation. >> some delays on 395 south on washington heading toward duke street. as you head out of springfield a long line of stop and go traffic. traveling the inner loop of the belt way across the american legion bridge the outer loop is also a slow go. as you head over toward new hampshire ave. the crash before 95 in the two right lanes. that is the latest. >> still to come, a new fund to help flooding victims, but it will cost all d.c. residents. >> a common kitchen item that
here this weekend. from diane sawyer and all of us here at abc, have a good weekend. goodnight. >>> on "the list," from a lesson in friendship to a lesson from puppets.
posting. >> coming up, helping small american businesses sort. i talked to diane sawyer about that. hi. nice to see you again. good to see you back. thank you. i understand you are doing a and itamerica christmas is a dream come true. it is a dream come true. i will take everyone to the mall of america. you will see the store that our .iewers made possible it is booming. we will have that tonight. also tonight, news of a warmer america? that is right. what is happening to the snow in america? that shows howrt o little the snow is. also, what is happening to the .olar caps we look forward to that. you can watch of those stories d more tonight on "world news ." >> let's go to the royal prank.cy -- maderalian djs sent a phone call and pretended to prince charles and queen elizabeth. >> hello, good evening. hello that. -- hello there. >> what? that would not have fooled my dog. meanwhile, the duchess of continuing to feel better, but remains in the hospital for treatment of .ausea >> time for a check on the traffic situation. jerry booth is here with the details. delays on 395 south of eds
is a remarkable sight to see in manhattan. >>> here's diane sawyer with a preview of "world news." diane? >> josh, it's great to talk to you this morning. tonight on "world news," we want everyone to watch as we put a clock on the most popular assault rifle. and we'll show you in detail how much difference a few seconds make in taking and saving a life. we'll have that tonight. >> we'll be watching, diane. >>> finally, do you ever get home? you eyeball the christmas tree at the farm, but it doesn't quite fit. people in seattle stunned when they saw their neighbor's house. no. he cut the top off his own christmas tree and got extra shingles and put it up there. >> that's a good idea. >> terrific. that's good. >>> with that, america, i give you lara spencer. >> thank you, josh. thank you very much. let's get started with "pop news." great news this morning for "magic mike." a magic tyke is on the way. channing tatum will have a new title to add to his growing list of accolades. sexiest dad alive. "people" magazine's reigning second man. tatum and his wife, jenna dewan, are expecting a baby in the n
. and they told diane sawyer if they were in charge, well, a deal would already be done. >> what i find is with all due deference to our male colleagues that women's styles tend to be more collaborative. >> i think by nature, we are less confrontational and more collaborative. and having us in the room, and i think all of us, not only do we want to work in a bipartisan way, we do it. >> certainly a turning point now for the senate in the chamber next year. it will be the first-ever females from the states of massachusetts and nebraska, as well as the first asian-american woman and the first openly gay senator as well. >> let's hear it for the girls. >> let's hear it for all that diversity. >> for the girls, that's what i'm saying. >> and asian and gay, all kinds of diversity. >> absolutely. i'm just saying the women are getting it done. >> all right. >> we know how to collaborate and work together. >> recognize! >> rain from los angeles to seattle, mountain snow. flurries in the dakotas. heavy rain from tallahassee. severe storms in south florida. >> upper 70s in miami. 50s in colorado
at it boisterous day. cbs said union workers voiced their anger. abc world news diane sawyer said ominous sign for unions. nobody talked about violence. >> greg: if alec baldwin stubbed a toe at occupy wall street rally it would have been three weeks on the "new york times." a year ago i coined a phrase pig pass. he can treat people like -- women like pigs. like bill maher. leftist pass you can hurt people and media says it's okay. that's why bob has no problem with violence hem gives them a thug pass. >> eric: what if this was a tea party rally protest and somebody from the tea party put an ass whooping on a liberal journalist there, do you think that would have been the lead? >> kimberly: they would have been in jail. you were one of the first people to decry the action of tea party saying they were violent. >> bob: i still do. the reason they didn't lead with the story of violence, there was so little of it. you have make it out the whole part of the protest around the mob violence. it wasn't. isolated incident. say what it is. we run the same footage over and over and over again so you can
of the group sat down for an exclusive interview with diane sawyer and they discussed our current crisis. >> i think if we were in charge of the senate and the administration that we would have a budget deal by now. >> do you believe -- do you all believe that? >> we are less confrontational and more collaborative. i think not only do we want to work in a bipartisan way, we do. >> the women then talked about each other's hair and swapped recipes. who writes this crap? "red eye" got an exclusive interview with this thing. >> he never says anything. what is that? >> thig morris. >> no it was president. that it wasn't. would you handle this much better? >> i think anybody would handle this much better anybody who doesn't have to negotiate with president obama would have a better chance at reaching a deal. i don't think he wants one at the moment. anyone who shows up at the bargaining table with increases instead of cuts is not looking to make a compromise. that being said, i don't know what kind of women you are friends with, but for the most part you put a group of girls together and guys togeth
is ordered not to for a political reason. period. brian williams knows that. diane sawyer knows that. scott pelley knows that. they all know it. and they did -- no, no marjorie. i'm going to speak to this because i have been in this business for 35 years. all of those anchor people know you use that video. all of them did not use it. >> okay, in the same way, you have to look at how in wisconsin when they -- >> bill: no, you don't. you don't have to look at anything. it's breaking news. you use what comes into your desk when it's news worthy. am i wrong here? >> let kirsten weigh in. >> the comparable situation would be the way they covered the tea party stuff, which was they always found this little -- >> bill: they hated the tea party. when you is much more intense than the tea party. >> i'm saying is if you're going to pick out one incident at an event that you think shows what happened, if they're going to talk about boisterous and violent, that was the incident. >> bill: boys trust is a far different thing -- look, that guy could have been killed. wait, marjorie. that man could have be
be hearing more of, her name is kaitlin roig. she is being hailed as a hero. she spoke with diane sawyer on "world news tonight" earlier. have a listen. >> in my mind, i'm thinking, as a 6-year-old, 7-year-old, what are your thoughts? and i'm thinking that i have to almost be their parent. like i have to tell them, so i said to them, i said i need you to know that i love you all very much. and that it's going to be okay. because i thought that was the last time they were ever going to hear. i thought we were all going to die. you know, i don't know if that's okay. you know, teachers and, you know, i wanted them to know someone loved them and i wanted that to be one of the last things they heard, not the gunfire in the hallway. it is just so horrible. so horrible. >> incredibly emotional story. i'm joined by the haskins family, bob and his children, julia and bobby. bob, i want to ask you about a friend of yours who is a basketball coach here in town, who has two children attending sandy hook. one of those children was a first grader who witnessed something absolutely unbelievable. i want
with diane sawyer earlier. have a listen. >> in my mind i'm thinking, you know, as a 6, 7-year-old, what are your thoughts? what are your -- i'm thinking that i have to almost be their parent. like i have to tell them, you know so i said to them. i need you to know that i love you all very much and that it's going to be okay. because i thought that was the last thing they were going to hear. i thought we were all going to die. i don't know if that is okay. you know teachers. but i wanted them to know someone loves them and last thing that they heard not the gun fire in the hallway. just horrible. horrible. >> incredibly emotional story. >> i'm joined by the hopkins family, bob and his children julia and bobby. bob, i want to ask you about a friend of yours who's a basketball coach here in town who has two children attending sandy hook. one of those children was a first grader who witnessed something absolutely unbelievable. i want you to recount for me the story if you will. >> absolutely. just spoke to them an hour or so ago. any way, his young son was in class and the shooter broke in
. >> that is a conversation that is necessary. >> abc 7 news is producing a special hour long edition of world news with diane sawyer will air at 5:30, right after abc 7 news at 5:00. we'll bring you a special half hour edition of abc 7 news at 6:00. >> coming up next, here on abc 7 news at 4:00 dozens of firefighters on the job. new graduates of the fú1f8 fighter academy. >> i'm sandhya patel. we'll get this shot from our camera. we have sun, and light showers on live doppler 7. and... rain could be impacting weekend plans i'll have details coming up. >> breaking news in redwood city. sky 7 is live over over a car scent that left three people dead on northbound551v 280 north of edgewood road. of edgewood road. and it's trying -- tying up and... take care of them, you know? i feel like we've come full circle. like that! this is how i'll do it. sarah: there you go. >>> fire department graduated in its 146 years histry. 48 recruits took the oath following a 17 week course. the chief then pinned badges on the new firefighters. some of who will report to work tomorrow. the new firefighters left careers in educa
the country. there was the interview with diane sawyer where when she was asked, what would you say to president obama and michelle obama and she concluded her remarks by saying -- well, first she said, it's mitt's time and then ends her remarks by saying, it's our turn. you know, that is a mind set of someone who thinks that they are sort of owed sitting in the white house as opposed to earning their way into the white house. >> phillip wrecker, please explain to me and the nation how the romneys could have been convinced to a certainty that mitt romney was going to win this election. i mean, even if all of the polls showed him in that position, which they didn't, but even if they did, the votes still have to be cast. there is still some suspense in election night. >> well, you know, there was a feeling with the candidate and with his wife ann throughout this campaign that this was the moment, he could fix the economy and the country needed him and there was no way that the country would are reelect president obama, that this was the year for mitt romney to win. they believed that
. >> i thought we were all going to die. >> reporter: first grade teacher kaitlin roig told diane sawyer, she put her class in a bathroom. >> we have to be absolutely quiet. there are bad guys out there now. we have to wait for the good guys. >> reporter: down the hall, the third grade class heard the gunshots over the school's intercom. >> she locked the door. and put a piece of white tape over the window of the door. and she told us to go in the corner. >> reporter: pregnant and due with a baby any day, she tried to keep her class calm. >> we kept hearing gun noises. and put your hands up. and we just kept hearing that. >> reporter: what is she saying to you? >> she is just saying, it's going to be okay. just be quiet. >> reporter: were your friends and classmates doing at this point? >> we were in the corner, all crouched in. and all the girls were trying. a couple of boys. and the boys were like, they had their eyes wide-open, watching everything. >> did you hear your principal say anything? >> yeah. she was crying. and i thought she was screaming. that's what we heard over the loud
with diane sawyer. let me play for you what their message was. >> i think if we were in charge of the senate and of the administration, that we would have a budget deal by now. >> do you all believe that? >> yes. >> i have spoken to women senators. they say the same thing, that they think that women are just more willing to compromise, less intransigent. you're laughing but is there something to be said for that? >> look, i think the next congress, the next senate, we're going to have 20 women members of the united states senate. i think we do need more diversity here in the senate. i think that would be healthy for not just budget issues but other issues. >> you think they would be more likely to get a deal? >> i think having a more diversified congress is healthy for the american people. the budget deal problems today is the fact that you have these hardcore people in the house particularly who don't want to sit down and compromise. now is the time to move forward. >> you make a good point. there's a suggestion in the "new york times" today that even if there is a deal, even if the preside
courts opened at midnight to handle the rush. >>> and here's diane sawyer with a preview of "world news." diane? >> good morning, josh, and a welcome to a monday for everyone at "gma." tonight on "world news," a big homecoming surprise for a veteran. exactly what is tom hanks planning to do for him? be sure to watch. standing up for heroes, tonight. see you then. >> and so we shall. >>> and finally, a primate with a penchant for affordable furniture? yes. a tiny monkey in a coat caused quite a stir when he was spotted at an ikea in toronto yesterday. >> look how sad he looks. >> was he real? >> he had escaped his cage. >> a fashion plate, too. >> check this out. he actually escaped his cage and went to the customer pickup area to find his owner. somebody got on the microphone and said, if you have lost -- will the owner of the monkey in the shearling coat come retrieve said monkey? obviously, the monkey, for obvious reasons became something of a star on instagram, twitter. owner, monkey, reunited. owner later fined. >> he looks a little scared there. >> he looked sad and scared. >> he l
sawyer, with a preview of tonight's "world news." diane? >> hello, josh. hello to everyone on "gma." tonight, it's not just holiday shopping. join the movement. "made in america." creates new american jobs. american companies are saying thank you. the great "made in america" christmas. be sure to watch tonight. >> we will. >>> finally, something i really want to show you. a lesson for all of us, about the value of sportsmanship. it comes from two middle school wrestlers in tennessee. jared, who has cerebral palsy, and his opponent, justin. they've never met. and that makes what justin did that much more special. he pulled jared on his back. he let him score. and allowed jared to pin him for the win. the lesson here, however obvious, winning, not everything. well done to both of them. well done to the parents of both of them. >> wow. >> it is hard to fight through that one. but, boy. [ applause ] >> that's so great. >> jared, you are a great, great, young man. >> great kid. love seeing that smile. >> and you know what? you're right. hats off to both sets of parents. that's really gr
. >>> now, here's diane sawyer with a preview of tonight's "world news." diane? >> so, josh, it's friday. it's great to talk to you. and how about a holiday tradition for years? everybody wondering, what happened to the determined little boy they loved? well, he's all grown up. and he has a perfect gift for you. tonight, behind the scenes of a christmas classic. and he is our "person of the week" tonight. >> cannot wait to see that. >>> and finally, well, we would be remiss if we did not recognize this. a toast this morning to someone very near and very dear to us here at "good morning america." our very own dr. timothy johnson, one of the nicest men on planet earth. retiring from our boston affiliate, after 40 years on the job, including many spent here at "good morning america." dr. tim said he never felt like a tv personality, just like a doctor talking to his patients. and for all the talking he did for four decades, dr. tim, we salute you. >> such a great member. will continue to be a member of our abc news family. he says not only is our doctor, counselor, pastor, friend, to so many th
sawyer, with a preview of tonight's "world news." diane? >> tonight on "world news," the new olympic race. companies that say they will deliver your holiday package in just one hour. but can they? we put the delivery companies to the test. tonight. >>> and finally, if you're so hungry you can't wait another second to tear into your food, and this one's for you. a brazilian burger chain has introduced the edible wrapper. you don't have to unwrap the sandwich. yes, lara, you can sink your teeth into it, paper and all. >> why would you want to? >> because it saves time. and it's environmentally friendly. >> what is it made of? >> these are questions we shouldn't be asking. i will try it. anybody else? >> i will try it. you get the oozy drip. you're always holding everything in. >> you don't know what it's made of and you'll try it? >> of course. >> george, that wouldn't be the first time during this broadcast. >> excellent point. excellent point. >>> big setup for "pop news" today. >> wow, okay, where do you go from there? good morning. and big story for rhode island, which prides itself on
actually made them feel queasy as if riding a roller coaster. here's diane sawyer with a preview of tonight's "world news." >> good morning. i know you know a little bit about being sleepy, at work in the morning or behind the wheel. on t tonight, you'll find out what your brain is doing, as our reporter falls asleep, eyes open, and does not know it. could it be happening to you? a stunning experiment tonight. >> one could argue it happens to us every morning. >>> finally, you've probably seen 9-year-old youtube sensation, friend of the program, samantha gordon. remember the football playing superstar? well, she actually wanted to be a soccer player when she grows up. she had her dream come true this weekend working out with abby wambach and the rest of the u.s. women's national team this weekend. they had a friendly against ireland. they all played a little american football during the break in practice. it's fair to say, she's best in the class on the field. little sam said, of all the cool things she's done over the past few weeks, perhaps with the exception of joining us here on "good m
ordered that she must remove her reviews. the lawyer calls it a violation of free speech. >>> here's diane sawyer with a preview of tonight's "world news." >> josh, good morning. and to everyone on "gma." it is day one. first time ever smoking marijuana is legal in one state of this country. will other states follow? and tonight, we're going to show you what it's like when marijuana is suddenly legal. >> we'll be watching. >>> and finally, this year's "sports illustrated" sports kids of the year. we had them on the program. conner and cayden from tennessee. cayden was born with cerebral palsy. but that doesn't keep him from competing with conner in triathlons. they've done a dozen together. last night, look at conner, alongside nba star lebron james, who was named sportsman of the year by the magazine. congratulations to all, especially conner and cayden. i can tell you, conner's speech, in recognizing his brother, tears flowed in that hall, streaming down his face. again, two more great examples. >> great for our future. >> that's great. thank you, josh. >> you bet. >> that's wonderful. >
, here's diane sawyer with a preview of tonight's "world news." diane? >> hello, josh. and tonight on "world news," they are jumping aboard. celebrities, titans of business, viewers like "gma" viewers, creating jobs right here in america. and you have to see tonight, what's next in our big "made in america" christmas. >> and so we shall. >>> and finally, what would you do if you were just walking along, minding your own business and you saw this? >> whoa. >> people, stunned when they saw -- you might say whoa, if you're george stephanopoulos. they saw a giant rubber ducky, floating down the river thames in london. the tower bridge actually, not surprisingly, had to be raised to let the big rubber ducky to pass underneath. it's part of a campaign to get people to laugh more. if only they had thought to blow up a monkey wearing a shearling coat. that would have solved that problem in perpetuity. >> you need the teeth brushing to really push it over the edge. >> happier times. >>> let's get "pop news." lara's off this week. rachel smith in. >> that's right. brace yourself for pop, guy
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